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  • WDSF PD Super GP and WDSF World Open in Italy

    Pieve Di Cento, Italy, hosts the WDSF PD Super GrandPrix Latin and Standard and WDSF World Open Latin and Standard this weekend. There are events also in Kyiv (UKR), Riga (LAT) and Chelyabinsk (RUS).

    22/03/2019 read more ...
  • An Enforcement Committee has been established

    General Secretary Nenad Jeftic confirms that the WDSF Sports Commission has established an Enforcement Committee.

    19/03/2019 read more ...
  • PD Super GrandPrix Std in Tokyo

    The first PD Super GrandPrix event of the year took place in Tokyo on Sunday. 48 Standard couples were on the starting list and after four rounds the trophy was presented to the winners from Moldova, Nikolay and Natalia.

    10/03/2019 read more ...
  • The Duel Format at PD Super GrandPrix

    The competition format in 2019 WDSF PD Super GrandPrix finals will be the Duel format, as seen in 2018 WDSF GrandSlam Final in Shanghai.

    13/02/2019 read more ...
  • DanceSport on TV

    WDSF is working to promote DanceSport. We are growing our Social Media and spreading DanceSport in the internet. But that is not all. We still have one more media to focus on to complete the coverage: television.

    12/02/2019 read more ...

    A new communication channel has been opened for WDSF events.

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Star Championship 25/03/2018

2017 PD Super GP LAT Pieve di Cento The 2018 edition of “The Star Championship” is definitely a special one in terms of numbers and quality. 

The WDSF World Open Latin competition registered 335 couples, while the WDSF World Open Standard registered 301 couples, being this year again, the competition with the largest amount of couples registered and, for sure, one of the best competitions in the world for the amateur section. Also the Professional Division is proud to present for the first time the PD Super Grand Prix Latin, with 41 couples registered, and the PD World Open Standard, with 41 couples registered as well, establishing new records for The Star Championship, placing this event among the best in the Dancesport environment. However these are not the only reasons why Italy should be proud of: as a matter of fact, considering athletes and judges, the 5 continents of the world are taking part to this unique and unforgettable event, making it a real international one, with 54 countries represented on the dance floor. 

This success is due to FIDS, Italian National Federation and WDSF full member, finally united by the leadership of its President Michele Barbone and its technical commission where great names of the Dancesport environment are working: Davide Cacciari, Fabio Selmi, Alberto Pregnolato and Alessandra Valeri made possible these great achievements and, together with FIDS’s new presidium, they surely started a new age of success for Italy, giving WDSF some reasons more to make Standard and Latin American dances its crown jewel to the Olympic vision.

Dr. Alessandro Barbero

Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer